Author Michelle Stimpson has drawn praise from both readers and critics for her sassy, realistic characters. Her edgy Christian fiction focuses on the redeeming power of God during times that test the strength of family bonds. Blamed as a child for her baby sister's death, Dianne Rucker swore she'd never come back to Dentonville, Texas. But the kind aunt who took her in after her mother abandoned her is getting remarried, and she misses the cousins who came to be sisters, Yolanda and Regina. Going back to Dentonville also means facing her drug-addicted mother, now is slipping even farther into schizophrenia. But Dianne isn't the only one struggling, and Aunt Gloria may have the most life-altering secret of all. The women must look to their faith in God as they attempt to turn their lives around like Saul on the Biblical road to Damascus. Also check out Stimpston's acclaimed Boaz Brown.